k-os has never been afraid to shake things up and flirt with different genres. He has worked with artists across indie-rock and rap sphere; including Sam Roberts Band, Broken Social Scene, Feist, Metric, Drake, Travie McCoy, Saukrates, Kardinal Offishall and many more. In 2003, k-os collaborated and was the featured vocalist on The Chemical Brothers’ single “Get Yourself High” (2003), which led to a Grammy nomination. He’s had numerous songs on the charts, including the three Top 10 singles: “Crabbuckit”, “Sunday Morning” and “The Man I Used to Be”. In 2020, he released a fan piece, an EP called Boshido that marked the return of k-os from a five-year hiatus. It features collaborations with his friend and fellow Canadian, Kaytranada. Later that same year he released the single “SUPERNOVAS”, co-produced by MSTRKRFT. Since the release of the track, it’s received critical acclaim with Complex saying it’s “ a tailfeather-shaking slab of disco-pop.” Now, in 2021 k-os is bringing a little slice of power-pop heaven, with his take on The Cars classic, “Just What I Needed”.